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Pussyfooting on HSR hurts Malaysian taxpayers, Singapore daily tells Putrajaya
#11
11-7-2018 4:33 PM
sgbuffett said:
can I ask a simple question?

1.what is Malaysian got obligation under HSR agreement?

2. if they opt for a cheap version what is in the agreement to stop it?

Your angmo something long. Rolling on the flor laughing
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#12
Steady!!! I hope all Singaporeans have the same sentiment as you .


11-7-2018 3:39 PM
walaneh said:
walaneh! Big Grin
Bro, I may NOT like our Government but if they keep on kajiau-ing us then I must support our Government against their Government lor! thumbs upWinking
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#13
11-7-2018 3:14 PM
stoki said:
In Singapore’s Parliament yesterday its transport minister Khaw Boon Wan said the republic has spent more than S$250 million (RM743.4 million) on the HSR project as of May this year.


KUALA LUMPUR, July 10 — Putrajaya’s hesitation over the Kuala Lumpur-Singapore High-Speed Rail (HSR) project ultimately hurts Malaysian taxpayers, the Straits Times said today.

In an article written by its deputy political editor Elgin Toh, the Singaporean daily said Malaysia risks accumulating a larger cost eventually by delaying a decision on the project.

“There is one more reason the Malaysian government should desist from its current behaviour: The chickens will come home to roost, because the Malaysian government is, in the long run, hurting Malaysian taxpayers most,” he said.

It said Malaysia would bear the case if it finally goes before a court or an arbitration tribunal, but the price will be much smaller if the project is terminated now.

“Of course, the Malaysian government may not have any intention to pay. But if push comes to shove, the Singapore government can take action against assets in Singapore belonging to the Malaysian government.

“That is drastic action, but Singaporeans should support such action should the day come,” Toh said.

I support such an action..........
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#14
I know of at least one prick not like him Big Grin

11-7-2018 4:46 PM
Goondoon said:
Steady!!! I hope all Singaporeans have the same sentiment as you .
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#15
Wah!! this Elgin Toh very fierce sia! Surprised

I wonder if Mahathir is scared anot? Laughing
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#16
Who??

11-7-2018 4:58 PM
maipenrai said:
I know of at least one prick not like him Big Grin
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#17
That pricky singh Big Grin

11-7-2018 5:12 PM
Goondoon said:
Who??
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#18
No detail of HSR agreement has been released so far. Don't think you can get an answer here.

11-7-2018 4:33 PM
sgbuffett said:
can I ask a simple question?

1.what is Malaysian got obligation under HSR agreement?

2. if they opt for a cheap version what is in the agreement to stop it?
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#19
Quote: But if push comes to shove, the Singapore government can take action against assets in Singapore belonging to the Malaysian government.


That should be the way to go
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#20
11-7-2018 4:33 PM
sgbuffett said:
can I ask a simple question?

1.what is Malaysian got obligation under HSR agreement?

2. if they opt for a cheap version what is in the agreement to stop it?

Malaysian got to donate more to save they fark up country debt
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